Oil products distribution company, announced on Sunday, extending public-private processing fuel to next April.
The oil Ministry said in a statement received Iraqi News Agency (INA), the company worked on a circular authorizing its branches spread in all provinces distributional extension processing orders for quotas for all recipients based on in situ detection records/2018 for various Fuels and processing plans according to the topic at the beginning of each year until next April.
He added that the company continued processing companies and private laboratories certified by (industrial development, all types of investment and other companies) that have processing orders with the same quota of fuel for the past year, as well as continued processing (governmental and private Mills, furnaces Bakeries, farmers, fishing boats, generators, steam irons. Etc) quotas.
The statement stressed that, the extension period window till next April 1st until complete all forms required to meet the requirements of continuing to equip beneficiaries with their quotas as requiring.
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